Examination Results 2015

Collection of Results

A2 and AS Results

Year 13 students can collect their A2 results from the LRC from 9.00 am on Thursday 13th August 2015.
Year 12 students can collect their AS results from the LRC from 10.00 am on Thursday 13th August 2015.

GCSE Results

Year 11 students can collect their GCSE results from the LRC from 9.00 am on Thursday 20th August 2015.
Years 10 and 9 can collect their GCSE results from the LRC from 10.00 am on Thursday 20th August 2015.

Alternative arrangements

If you are unable to collect your results in person there are various options. These are:

  • Results can be emailed to students. This will be done on the day of publication but no guarantee can be given as to the time when emails will be sent. Please download, complete and return the relevant section of this form
  • Results can be collected by another person. We must hold written authority from the student to release results to someone else and the person collecting must have identification with them when they collect. Please download, complete and return the relevant section of this form
  • Uncollected results will be posted out on the respective publication date by first class post.

Please return the completed email or alternative collection form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject heading "Results Collection 2015".

6th Form Enrolment

Thursday August 20th 2015 - GCSE results day

Internal candidates: please collect results at 9.00am and then come straight to EATZ to enrol. You will need to bring your results with you.

External candidates: please collect results from your school and then come to Rushcliffe School reception between 11.00am and 2.30pm and you will be told where to go to enrol. Please bring your results and a reference from your form tutor or Head of Year with you if you have not already supplied one. You will also need to complete the enrolment forms at this time, so please bring all details of your address, contact numbers, next of kin etc. You will also be required to provide proof of identity/proof of age.

Year 6 Open Evening

OPEN EVENING
Thursday, 24th September 2015 5.30pm – 8.00pm

First presentation starts at 5.30pm, repeated 6.15pm and 7.00pm

Staff and students invite you to receive a short presentation, have a tour of the school, see displays of work and have an opportunity to talk to teachers and students.

Rushcliffe School is a consistently high achieving 11–18
Comprehensive School, rated outstanding in all areas in a recent OFSTED inspection with a policy of inclusiveness and achievement, in a stimulating, secure and supportive environment.

For more details please contact the school.

¡Esperanza!

esperanzaOn the afternoon of Friday 17th July, students were off timetable for the fundraising extravaganza- ¡Esperanza! The event, organised in a superb collaboration between pupils and staff, took place outside on the school field; raising money for The School of Hope in Guatemala. Not only were there inflatables and stalls offering homemade cakes, sweets, drinks and even mocktails, yet there was also a large Glastonbury-esque stage of which hosted some of Rushcliffe's finest musical talent.

The event was repeated in the evening for the general public and featured a local dance troupe whilst also welcoming fellow Trent Academy Group school- The Farnborough Academy. Students from Farnborough performed individually as well as part of the growing Trent Academies Group choir. This was before hundreds of balloons were let off into the summer night as part of the much anticipated Balloon Race.

The whole day raised a remarkable £2,600- an achievement celebrated with a Skype call to the school itself!

Rushcliffe Girls Can!

The ‘This Girl Can’ campaign was designed by Sports England to inspire females in the UK to move, jiggle or wiggle their way to participate in physical activity and sport. Rushcliffe have put their own twist on this campaign to encourage and inspire more girls to get involved in physical activity. All girls within the school have been encouraged to enter a sporting photo of themselves or their team with their own slogan to show that girls can overcome any barrier. Each week the most impressive photo will be awarded the Girl of the Week. Below are a few examples of Rushcliffe Girls Can photos that are displayed around the school.  Alongside this is a selection of the Year 10 girls who have put themselves forward to be ‘This Girl Can’ ambassadors for the younger students within the school. This involves organising intra-form events, running workshops, offering advice and ensuring all students have the opportunity they need to participate in physical activity. The focus of the campaign this half term is aimed at Year 10 girls who have the chance to attend various sessions each Monday 3.30-4.30 ranging from Zumba to Pilates, Yoga and Circuits

Real Homework

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REAL Homework Projects (Rushcliffe Extended and Advanced Learning) aim to make homework a fun, manageable and enriching part of the curriculum, where pupils spend extended periods creating, learning and enjoying the tasks. 

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